Montgomery County Approves Lawn Pesticides BillThe Montgomery County Council passed a bill Tuesday to limit the use of pesticides on lawns, becoming one of the few jurisdictions in the nation to have such restrictions.
Local Officials Asking for State Help to Renovate Prince George's Co. SchoolsPrince George’s County Schools are in need of millions of dollars of repairs and local officials are asking the state for help.
Real-Life CSI: Prince George's Police to Visualize Violent Crimes With AnimationForensic teams can solve murder mysteries in just an hour on popular TV crime dramas. Soon, a real-life CSI unit will use something from the entertainment world to solve crimes happening in our region.
Nut Factory Fire Triggers Allergy WarningAuthorities are warning people with nut allergies to be cautious after a fire broke out in a Baltimore nut factory.
Metro Report Points to Pattern of Rising Rates, Falling RidershipSome are saying Metro has entered the "death spiral" predicted by former general manager Richard White more than a decade ago.
Chain-Reaction Crash Shuts Down Part of Baltimore BeltwayMaryland State police say a chain-reaction crash shut down the Baltimore Beltway's Outer Loop at southbound Interstate 83, causing traffic to be backed up for miles.
Ocean City Digs Out After Hurricane JoaquinOcean City officials are trying to get the city back to normal after Hurricane Joaquin blew by the coast last week.
Metro Says It Will Close 3 Stations This WeekendMetro says three of its rail stations will be closed this weekend for work.
Officials: Drivers Should Be On Alert During Deer Mating SeasonIt's getting colder out, and Maryland's State Highway Administration warns that the changing weather also means it's white-tailed deer mating season.
Donald Trump Mask on Back Order at Md. StoreMaryland residents planning on masquerading as Donald Trump for Halloween should hurry because they're selling out -- and fast.
Orioles' Put Priority on Retaining Davis, Improving PitchingSeeking an encore to their appearance in the AL Championship Series, the Baltimore Orioles sputtered through a .500 season primarily because they couldn't replace stars lost to free agency and received sub-par performances from several of the 2014 standouts.
Man Charged With Fatally Shooting 2 in Capitol HeightsPrince George's County Police have charged a man with killing two D.C. men during an argument.